The Dusk Till Dawn Deepstack returned over the weekend, once again with the new additions of two day 1s and a re-entry format. This created a field of 336 in total, which when you consider that the WSOP main event is about to start, is a pretty impressive feat.
For the second month in a row, and anonymous player who didn’t want to be revealed made the final table and nearly went on to win it. We have no idea if it was one of the anon players from last months comedy final table, but one thing is for sure, playing incognito does seem like a good omen at DTD.
The eventual winner was very happy to be revealed, however, as Scott Eustace took down the event for £18,100. This was after a deal where everyone at the final table took £5,000, and the final four players fought it out for the lion’s share of the cash. Lower league footballer Eustace dealt with Lloyd Houston heads-up to both take down £18,100, but was declared the winner after a one card turnover.
Pictures courtesy of Blondepoker who provided Live Updates from the event.
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